Emails as contracts

This article taken with thanks from the Painsmith Solicitors blog. Original article here In University of Plymouth v European Language Centre Ltd [2009] EWCA Civ 784 the Court decided that in legally binding e-mail correspondence it is essential to have an unequivocal...
Deed in writing and witnessed?

Deed in writing and witnessed?

In order to have a valid contract, there must be offer, acceptance and consideration. Consideration is something of economic value which is why often you see companies being purchased for £1.00. If no money was paid, it could be argued there was no contract which is...

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